Bit of a historic view this week and only came about when my wife & I stopped for an ice cream nearby. We had been here quite a few times and I noticed these three large stones nearby but a little further along I saw some stones and thought it was an overgrown garden with a seat. Walking over to the stones I notice a prayer riveted on the side of the stones and nearby some information boards on Capel Mealog, I realised that what I thought was an overgrown garden were the remains of the chapel that was here
Some history form CPAT website
"Excavations between 1984–87 in advance of housing development in Llandrindod Wells, Radnorshire, revealed the foundations of a medieval church and cemetery (right) abandoned in the 16th century. The church, probably built in the late 12th century, had curving apses at both the eastern and western ends. Of equal interest is the evidence of an earlier cemetery, preceding the church, dating to about the 10th–11th century AD, with a prominent focal grave which became incorporated within the chancel of the church. Excavations were funded by Cadw and the Manpower Services Commission and were undertaken with the permission of the developer, Mr Michael Rowlands."
There are a few part in the nave where you can see outlines like these which are modern concrete, I wonder if they mark the graves that once were here
Not far away are these information panels